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  • Because the ultimate reality is not something that can be realized through just any means, all consciousness can do is abide in its true nature till it is revealed as being nothing but the ultimate itself.
    Desthein
  • Awakening, or enlightenment, is what happens when we realize that what we are looking for is what we already are, the actual awareness perceiving everything right now. Anything other than that is just a concept. You don’t have to see fireworks or have lightning shooting out of your eyes. There will be no special audience with God, and you will not be lifted into the sky by hosts of angels. It will be just you, the same as before. I’m sorry to fizzle out all your mind’s projections of what will happen when this special state visits you, but this is just the plain truth. You are already what you are seeking.
    Enza Vita
  • Self-Realization is completely freeing, in the sense that you come to see that you – Consciousness – are already free.
    Martyn Webber
  • You must get very quiet and slowly feel your way into this mysterious sense of existence, but be careful, you may fall in love with it. After all, it might be you.
    Bok
  • Life, your body, the world and the universe are an experience to you in this moment. To recognize yourself as the space and the embrace of the experience of now, is living as unconditional love.
    Isaac Shapiro
  • We are not just conscious human beings. We are the Pure Limitless Consciousness itself, manifesting itself in the form of this universe. ‘Pure Consciousness’ is all there is. It is another name for the divine Being or Presence. It is the ultimate Reality, beginningless and endless. It is beyond time and space. It is one without a second, or indivisible oneness, yet it is the source of everything, the foundation of all what is manifested. It is Bliss. It is most Benevolent. It is beyond description though it has been formulated in diverse ways at diverse times by all the great religious traditions of the world, and directly known and experienced beyond words by the sages. It cannot be grasped by the intellectual mind, but can only be recognized as our True Nature through ‘no mind’, that means at the level of the Heart. The recognition of our True Nature or Self is the end of suffering.
    Swami Atmananda Udasin
  • The way to bring what we want into being, is to be what we want to bring into being. Embody it, and breathe it into the world.
    Richi
  • The pathless path has no entry. The one vastness experiences itself in All and is free.
    Bernd
  • In saying YES to the maximum of your capacity in any moment, what unfolds before you offers the potential for deep intimacy. The courage to get right up close to what is, turns you inside out so you become a naked lover of life.
    Amoda Maa
  • Existence is an inexplicable, vibrant, pulsing dance − an indefinable happening, simply happening. Do you live as that, or do you linger in conflicted fantasies of thought?
    Darryl Bailey
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